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environmental history blogs

If you would like to add a blog to this list, contact dspatz@aseh.net

Rachel Carson Center's "Seeing the Woods":
https://seeingthewoods.org/

University of Wisconsin-Madison Center for Culture, History, and Environment (CHE), Edge Effects:

http://edgeeffects.net/

Huffington Post Green:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/green/

Environmental History Now

https://envhistnow.com

environmental history/law blog:

environmentlawhistory.blogspot.com

Dolly Jorgensen's blog:

http://dolly.jorgensenweb.net/nordicnature/

Chris Sellers' blog on Climate March:

http://theenergycollective.com/chris-sellers/2151521/beyond-environmentalism-marching-toward-climatism

Process: A Blog For American History: [see "Has Environmental History Lost Its Way?"]

http://www.processhistory.org/?p=1176

Peeling Back the Bark (Forest History Society):

http://www.peelingbackthebark.org

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